CQ Capras chief executive Brenton Williamson is counting down the days before the first television transmission of an Intrust Super Cup fixture from Browne Park.
"It is an experience we have never been able to offer before," he said.
While the Capras enjoyed good corporate support, to be able to provide a little extra in the form of a live game being beamed across the state is a bonus.
In the past, clubs in the south-east of the state have had the luxury of having a couple of games televised from their home ground and this provides the bonus of being able to assure sponsors of televised matches being screened and their company name relayed.
"For clubs in the south-east corner the likelihood of televised games increases," he said.
"Our sponsors haven't had the same exposure for their signage."
With less than two weeks to the big day on June 17, Williamson is busy ensuring the Capras make the most of this unique opportunity.
"Capricorn Enterprises will be the game day sponsor," he announced.
"The club is very grateful to Capricorn Enterprises."
A part of the match day promotion for Capricorn Enterprises will be having their logo painted on the Browne Park playing surface.
"It is a great opportunity to be live on Channel 9," he said.
Williamson is confident the game being live will not have a detrimental effect on the match day attendance. In fact Williamson believed the game would produce a bumper crowd with a total of 3000 spectators confidently expected.
The Capras CEO is also aware the success of the live game will assist the CQ NRL Bid.
Last weekend the area expected to feature as CQ's main rival Ipswich was the feature game against Northern Pride. The match lacked atmosphere with a small crowd in attendance.
"If we can get 3000 people at Browne Park and they are vocal it will be great," he said.
"We want people in Central Queensland to vote with feet."
The televised match against Norths Devils only provides a part of the afternoon's entertainment with Gladstone visiting for matches against Rockhampton in both A-grade and under-20s.
It is almost like a trial run on Sunday for the Capras as they face the Wynnum Manly Sea Eagles at Browne Park.
The match is a test to see how far the young CQ team has progressed after the drubbing it received from the Sea Eagles in the first round.
Players who were a part of that severe mauling will be looking to exact revenge on a very good Wynnum side.
Surprisingly the Sea Eagles suffered a few reversals in recent weeks but that could provide the hunger to get back on track.
Williamson was looking at a crowd of 2000 for the game with the CQ public wanting to assist the Capras in setting the records straight.
Sunday's game is at 2.30pm with Junior Capras trial games taking place throughout the day from 8am.